The Tel Aviv Museum of Art was ranked 48th in the list of the world’s top 100 museums in an annual ranking published by the international art magazine The Art Newspaper and includes the number of visitors to museums around the world. This is the fifth year in a row that the Tel Aviv Museum of Art has entered the list, when this year it achieved a high of more than one million visitors during 2022. The museum, which was ranked 56th last year, saw a sharp increase this year, mainly due to a record number of 670,000 visitors to the exhibition of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama.
Other major exhibitions that attracted a large crowd of visitors to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art during the past year were: “Taking and Forgetting Pictures of Ran Tal After Micah Bar-Am”, Physical Imagination – of the Israeli art collection “Ant”. re-exhibitions Massage – Passion, Disturbance”, “A Gathering of Birds by the Schiff Art Prize Winning Artist” and special projects such as the 90th Year Event for the Museum and the Tel Aviv Museum – Minecraft Edition, which attracted a young and new Did increase the audience and digital activities of the museum.
Tania Cohen Uziali, CEO of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art: “It is a very important achievement for the Tel Aviv Museum to be placed so highly among the largest and most renowned museums in the world. In these challenging days at the beginning of Independence Day, international recognition Particularly gratifying to receive is news that establishes the museum as a leading player in the world art arena. The selection of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, which celebrates its 90th birthday this year, is the largest number in the world Indicates maturity and relevance in presenting a mix of exhibitions internationally as one of the museums with visitors in the U.S. who manage to attract a large and diverse audience of visitors. I am professional, creative and ethical Thank you to the museum staff for the joint work and to the many visitors who choose to enjoy art experiences at the Tel Aviv Museum, we are committed to succeeding and presenting the best local and international art.